Dryathlon 2020
January 2020

Amy takes on Dryathlon

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Amy Frazer

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I'm giving up alcohol this January for Cancer Research UK.

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page 🙂

This January, I’m taking on Dryathlon and giving up booze for 31 days. Essentially this means 'saying no' to my beloved prosecco - which currently takes up around 99% of my alcohol intake (it's essentially one of your five a day, right?)

This will be a real test for me, especially given the amount of alcohol I've got sitting in the kitchen cupboard.

However, I'm doing this for a very special cause. Every penny counts and any small donation contributes to making a difference. Knowing that I'm helping to make a change is spurring me on.

Thanks again for visiting, and please donate anything you can!

Amy ❤ x

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Couple of afternoon Nojitos and some Nosecco tonight!

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Just like the real thing!

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Tonight will be the first social drinking environment I will have been in since starting dry January. I'm taking the car and thinking about what choices I can make whilst I'm out 😊

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Nearly half way there!

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Twelfth day today 😊 very very nearly had an alcohol based meltdown but I got through it!

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